Set foot in a quaint little town, where even giants feel welcome. Where tulips grow all year round, on roofs and cupcakes too! In this friendly place, you will feel right at home with a myriad of tulips in rainbow hues, like the Red Princess, the Purple Prince, the Yellow Flight and the Orange Balloon, flowering alongside amaryllis, fritillaries and hyacinths. You will be captivated by the subtle and sweet scent of the hyacinths pervading throughout the Flower Dome the moment you enter its doors. The exhibits are on display till Sunday, 13 May 2018. The Dome is open from 9.00 am to 9.00pm. Credit: Gardens By the Bay.
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